One of the greatest US papers is now a shadow of its former self. More and more critics – including internet guru Clay Shirky – think it needs to change tack.
In this short clip from PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, ITP professor argues that creativity is the ability to produce 'valuable novelty'.
Tech thought-leader describes five projects that he thinks are pushing the creative boundaries; and wonders if any rules about creativity can be drawn from looking at such work.
From politicians and professors to computer scientists and the first programmer, these are the champions of the open internet.
Clay Shirky Of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) explains how he is constantly reevaluating what he thought he knew about creative practices as he encounters new projects.
Will Clay Shirky's surplus ever create a character that will appear on the Entertainment Weekly "100 greatest characters of the last 20 years" list?
A crowdsourced clothing line relies on cognitive surplus among the creative community to benefit survivors.